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Rowing vs Running – Which is a More Effective Workout?
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Rowing machines have become quite popular in recent years. With their increases presence in gyms and homes, you might wonder whether you should swap your ...

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Is It Ok to Go Running With Weights?
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If you’ve been running for a little bit, or if you want to make your running a bit more exciting, maybe you’ve thought about running with weights. The logic is ...

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Should I Go Running After Lifting Weights?
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As you begin to get into running (or maybe if you’ve been running for a while), you’ve probably started to think about how you might be able to incorporate ...

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Does Weight Loss Make You Run Faster?
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One of the touchiest subjects in any type of fitness is weight. While many of us exercise to maintain or even lose weight, the fitness community also strives ...

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What Is A Fartlek Run? How Fartlek Workouts Help Your Running
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Fartlek. It sounds like a word that a five-year-old boy would come up with. But you'll just have to trust me on this one: it's not made up. In fact, it is ...

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5 Tips to Start Run Commuting
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How jam-packed is your daily routine? Mine is crazy, and maybe yours is, too. Schedules today are busier than ever. People are spending more time commuting, ...

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The 10 Best Surfaces to Run On
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What kind of runner are you? A road runner? Trail runner? Track star? Sidewalk strider? A little bit of each? There are many ways to answer this question. ...

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How to Run Your First 5k Race
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You’ve prepared for weeks, put in the miles and the effort, and the day has finally come: you’re going to run your first 5k race! But before you dash off too ...

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What to Think About When Running – How to Make the Miles Fly By
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I’ve been there. As a new runner, you wonder how in the world you’re going to be able to spend 30+ minutes running. What are you supposed to think about??? ...

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Interval Running for Beginners
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If you’re new to running, you’re probably not very familiar with intervals. And if you are slowly easing into running using the run/walk method, you might be ...

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